It proves that they're doing something about it despite what some of these people are claiming. My point was these people always bringing up the USB issues when it comes to an argument about AMD like it has any substance. Let's just ignore the multitude of BIOS issues Intel faced on Comet Lake & Rocket Lake's launch. Or the fact that AMD got in contact with people to try and fix it. The double standards bother me more than them complaining about the USB issue in the first place. New platform has issues that need to be ironed out, which applies to both companies? Who tf woulda thunk. But let's make a big deal out of it because they're named AMD and not Intel.Playing devil's advocate here, anecdotal "I've never had these problems" or "My friend updated his BIOS and it was all fixed" don't prove anything in regards to whether AMD's USB issues have been genuinely fixed or not. And if you were not denying their existence, then your system's experience is utterly pointless to mention unless you WERE denying the issues were a problem and wanted to wash your hands of any objective true/false statement.
Sad that they didn't.IF only Intel had 10nm out in 2016
Sad that they did.As it stands AMD has abandoned the budget market
When did I ever say that it isn't? To me the 5600X is the one CPU I'd avoid. Absolutely dogshit price/performance. I'd rather buy a 10400/11400. Or to be honest, I wouldn't buy anything nowadays and just wait.The fact is that AMD's 5600x is dramatically overpriced for the performance it offers